The Duchess of Cambridge’s covetable fashion parade continued on Tuesday (Oct. 27) when the mother of two stepped out in a floor-length tiered-gown by Canadian-born designer Erdem at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala. The event, hosted at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, celebrated the work of The Art Room, one of Kate’s many charitable patronages.
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Kate arrived in style to this year's 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala.
Blooming in red, white and blue florals, the Duchess made a stylish solo arrival on the red carpet, a mere 24 hours after she dazzled in blue Jenny Packham at the Spectre premiere alongside her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry. The black-tie affair capped off a busy day for the senior royal, who spent Tuesday afternoon meeting with staff and children from Chance UK in north London.
The Art Room offers art as therapy to children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties, in order to increase their self-esteem, self confidence and independence. Before guests sat down for dinner, Kate presented the 100WHF 2015 European Industry Leadership Award.
While Kate was busy turning heads at the gala, her husband had his own engagement to attend to. The Duke of Cambridge represented the Queen at investiture ceremonies at Buckingham Palace where he presented notable names with OBE honours.